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leaders and also did prison time. fox 5's karen gray houston returns with more on his legacy. >> reporter: love him or hate him, the reverend dr. sun myung moon was charismatic and ms. followers of unification church were sometimes called mooneyes. he was accused of brainwashing. >> -- moonies. he was accused of brainwashing. >> people make their own decisions. >> reporter: moon held mass weddings, the services called blessing ceremonies like this one at rfk stadium in 1997. bishop george stalling of d.c.'s armani temple was married to a japanese bride in new york city in 2001. >> he would pray and reflect on that process and then bring together two persons. >> reporter: r rend moon also married -- reverend moon also married a couple who did not know each other before their wedding and now they have a 3- year-old daughter. >> he can see and just how to match is the best way to make a peace. >> reporter: named a messiah by himself and followers moon met with world leaders, but he served 13 months in prison in the u.s. in the mid-1980s for fax evasion. moon built an international bissel
at the weather headlines. expecting tonight to see our temperatures dropping into the 50s, you can give that air conditioning a break if you haven't already. doesn't it feel like we have not been able shut it off in months? believe me, this is going to be such a nice week, with upper 70s monday and tuesday. only gradually warming up a little bit as we get closer to the end of the week, into the low 80s. what about rain? looks like the next chance of any showers will be on sunday as a cool front approaches. even that's only about a 30% chance. going to be mostly a dry week around here. and the temperatures are going to be amazing. headed for the 50s overnight. and the reason is that sprawling area of high pressure that will set up over the midwest will rule most of the weather east of the mississippi with lots of sunshine. later in the week this high pressure eventually shifts off the coast, but it's going to take all week for that to happen. when it gets off the coast we usually get a little bit warmer. some of the best weather september has to offer is about to begin. we had a couple of clouds
to be slashed. fox's peter ducci has the latest. >> the u.s. embassies get $120 million less for security and more over the next decade if it takes effect over the next year. >> and i can't overstate how much the cuts could do to our military. it will essentially hollow out the armed forces. >> many jobs are in jeopardy. others are exempt. and some military contractors are already looking to trim their staff. >> there is a requirement that employers give an advanced notice. and it would come ironically just a couple of days before the election. >> the chairman of the senate armed services committee, democrat karl leven says the need for members of congress to compromise on a plan too to make prudent cuts and include revenue is important. and john boehner says the house passed a measure in may to replace the president's situation with common sense reforms and reducing the deficit by $233 billion. but the white house wants to remind republicans in congress that both partied voted for sequestration as a penalty for the failure of the bipartisan debt reducing super committee. >> it is been t
with the annual ward 8 family day at oxen run park. it came from d.c. fire and e.m.s. it's one of the fun features. it started at noon and ran until 8:00. there was also entertainment and food. the event is sponsored by marion barry. >>> one florida high school girl is hoping she'll get her start on the football field. fox's alex has more from the teenager that is ready to suit up as cornerback and make some history. >> listen up. >> south plantation senior has quite the arm. >> what sport? >> she is making history as the first girl in the state to play quarterback on a boy's varsity football team. >> she is good. i want to inspire other girls to come out and do something that someone told them they can't do. >> 17-year-old drafted, who coached her in girls flag football, knew she had the skills to play tackle with the boys. >> if she was a legitimate football player, then she wouldn't be here. >> she does everything with the boys. throwing, to running, and wears the pads if she's tackled, which concerned her parents at first. >> how cool is this for your kid to have her dream come true? >
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